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This new edition not only updates all the chapters and features but also adds more material on the spirituality of Jesus, medieval women mystics, and contemporary spirituality. Short excerpts from primary sources, a glossary, a timeline, a bibliography, and a set of spiritual exercises heighten the book's usefulness for students and lay persons alike.
|1||Spirituality and Christianity||1|
|2||Spiritual formation : being, relating, and doing||22|
|3||Jesus Christ and the Bible||32|
|4||The beginnings of a global community||47|
|5||The European era||79|
|6||Protestant and Catholic reform||99|
|7||The "modern" era||116|
|8||The West since 1900||138|
|9||The non-Western world since 1900||181|
|10||Where do we go from here?||203|
Posted December 19, 2012
This book covers spirituality from all angles and religons. It approaches the subject in an intriguing and exciting way. The cross-cultural aspects surrounding spiritualism are deftly explored. The reader will find it hard to put down. The author writes in a clear and concise manner without assuming the reader has any prior knowlege of the subject. It answers many unspoken questions, and is a must read for Bible and Seminary students.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.